Counting Money & Money Facts

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Counting Money & Money Facts by Mind Map: Counting Money & Money Facts

1. DOLLAR

1.1. Typically used for anything over 99 cents.

1.2. However, can be used for amounts lower as well

1.3. Comes BEFORE the number amount

1.4. Examples: $1.25 or $0.35

2. CENT

2.1. Used for any amount under a dollar

2.2. Comes AFTER the number amount

2.3. Symbol is a "c" with a line down the middle. It is not on the keyboard

2.4. Examples: 25c

3. Quarter

3.1. .25 cents

3.2. 25 Pennies make a quarter

3.3. 5 Nickels make a quarter

3.4. 2 Dimes PLUS a Nickel OR 5 pennies make a quarter

4. Dime

4.1. .10 cents

4.2. 10 Pennies make a dime

4.3. 2 Nickels make a dime

5. Nickel

5.1. .05 cents

5.2. 5 Pennies make a nickel

6. Penny

6.1. .01 Cents

7. Dollar

7.1. 100 Pennies make a dollar

7.2. 10 Dimes make a dollar

7.3. 4 Quarters make a dollar

7.4. 20 Nickels make a dollar

8. Helpful Videos

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9. The difference between using the cent and dollar sign:

10. Example Problems (Click + to show answers)

10.1. How do you make a dollar with only dimes and nickel?

10.1.1. ONE WAY: 10 nickels and and 5 dimes

10.2. What do you get with 1 QUARTER, 2 DIMES, and 1 NICKEL?

10.2.1. 50 Cents

10.3. How much money do you have if you have 2 QUARTERS and 25 PENNIES?

10.3.1. 75 cents

11. Size of Coins/Bills

11.1. For most of the coins, the smaller the coin, the smaller the value.

11.2. However, the dime does not follow this rule.

11.3. Order of size from smallest to larger of the common coins: 1. Dime, 2. Penny, 3. Nickel, 4. Quarter

11.4. All paper currency is the same size.

12. Content Standards

12.1. ODE: Page 16

12.2. ISTE: #4

13. The less common coins:

13.1. Half Dollar

13.1.1. Worth 50 cents

13.1.2. Viewed more of a keepsake than a coin to be spent

13.2. Gold Dollar coin

13.2.1. Worth $1.00

13.2.2. More of a rarity

13.2.3. More of a keepsake than being used to be spent